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of would happen if the united states goes over the fiscal cliff. they have to engage in sequestration, or massive budget cuts. by the numbers, here's what in the proposal they put out today starting with a 9% cut to most pentagon programs. customs, the faa, and food inspection services. exempt from the cutbacks are social security, medicaid and also many veterans benefits. earlier today, white house spokesman jay carney said that the white house hopes it never has to put this plan into place. take a listen. >> sequester was designed to be bad policy,n n tn to to be one and to be objectionable to both republicans and democrats. >> now, maria, what the white house is saying also, senior officials here in a briefing earlier today they hope now that some of these painful cuts are laid out, this could help marshal support from republicans to do something about the fiscal cliff before it hits at the end of this year. obviously, there's a big election between now and then. >> oh, yeah. thank you so much. worries those budget woes and tax hikes could come to pass are among the reason busines
allowed to continue to happen, there would be conflicts around the world. do you suggest that the united states should curtail free speech? >> well, i would like to say in this way of where there is free speech, there is a human right. and i started the declaration of human rights but there is limit in exercising human right for all people, all nations. >> are you going to ask president obama to change his policy in any way on free speech? >> i don't think -- i'm not in a position to lecture any leader on this matter because one thing that i believe all leaders can take many lessons from what is happening worldwide, including the last incidents about the -- i incidents of anti-islam films. >> you have investors watching. indonesia, the 16th largest economy in the world. gdp of $850 billion. it's really been one of the bright spots in the emerging markets in this global slowdown and a new mckenzie report is predicting the economy getting to the seventh largest by 2030. what can you tell us in terms of your expectation for economic growth next year and in the coming years? >> well, i am pl
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